Hi Pete, if the table top is not flat the begin and end of the cut will be cut deeper. In my younger days I had a plastic router table and it did just that. Put a straight edge over the router table to see if it is flat. If not you could make your own table and probably cost less than what you paid. I have eight router tables and all are shop-made. Years ago a company contacted me to evaluate their router tables. They asked how many tables I owned and the brand. I explained that I like to custom build what I have a need for and that I had purchased two plastic tables and had trouble with both. I make them the height, size and features that I want. They still wanted me to evaluate 8 or 10 tables that they had and most were acceptable and well made. There was only one plastic one and I gave them my honest opinion of each. Malcolm / Kentucky USA
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